Summertime and parks just go together! Just this year a friend told me about a park in Cincinnati that I hadn’t heard of named the Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park. I visited in the Spring with that friend and took photos. You can read about that here. Anyway, on Wednesday I met my friend Sherry there to walk and have a picnic dinner before heading over to Party in the Park. This beautiful young lady, named Marie, was there with her skateboard and let me take a few photos. Her mother was with her and informed me that she is a model.
This photo is a little blurry. I should have panned or used the sports setting on my camera.
The long grass through this section of the path was pretty…
I just finished reading a book called “The Language of Flowers” and really enjoyed it. There were some beautiful flowers there…
It’s always interesting and fun to take photographs of people taking photographs…
This shadow looked like a teardrop to me…
There are shapes and patterns all around us. I find the more I take photographs, the more I see.
- Pirates in the Park (travelspirit333.com)
- Friendship (drloreleypelino.com)
- Second Life Friendship (forgottenrosemagic.wordpress.com)
- Friendship . (: (imbibingflitz.wordpress.com)
- Fences, Fear, and Friendship Park (elizabethmarroblog.com)
- Nuns talk immigration on bus tour (utsandiego.com)
- ‘Walking the walk’ to end sexual crimes (wcpo.com)
- I chose to do a smaller trail marker. (katiereedersblog.wordpress.com)
- The Effects of Friendship (windandlaughter.wordpress.com)
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I love the one of the guy taking the photo! Fun!
I wonder if the guy you took a photo of taking a photo got as good a shot as you did?
I didn’t think of that!
Fabulous and fun photos, Sherry. 🙂
Thanks…have a great weekend!
The jump and tear drop photos are great! The grass is well manicured as shown by the clean separation between tall grass and short. Having mowed commercially for years, I notice that stuff. Great photos!i
Thanks! The tall grass section was representing Africa.
Oh. Back in Michigan there was a local park that had different terrain, one was called the Prairie. Honestly… After living in Nevada for just a few months now the photos I see of back up north look like an alien environment. Even having lived up there all of my life.
That must be an odd feeling.
Love the jumpy shot!